Tag: writing

Sample YOU CHOOSE (first three chapters)

FIRST THREE CHAPTERS OF YOU CHOOSE: (My Own Mock-up Book Cover – Not Actual) Of the two you love most, one will live and one will die. The decision is yours. YOU CHOOSE A Falcone & Richards Thriller By Phillip Tomasso   Prologue The contemporary two-story house sat at the top of a slight hill. […]

Welcome to the Crime Scene!

Has it really been a year since my last novel was released?¬† ABSOLUTE ZERO, November 2017. Yeah, a year. Wow. It’s not that I’ve been slacking. Because I haven’t, but the thing is I almost gave up writing. I know, crazy, right? I have 26 published novels. Why quit? I figured out the problem and […]

Book Review: Into A Dark Frontier, by John Mangan

INTO A DARK FRONTIER is a the debut thriller from John Mangan. Hard to believe this is his first novel. The writing is crisp, the dialogue authentic, and the pacing non-stop. While the book boosts that the story takes place in the near future, I am convinced it is not a future so far away. […]

Book Review: Term Limits, by Vince Flynn

TERM LIMITS, published in 1999, and Vince Flynn’s first novel, actually fits in third in the Mitch Rapp series, right between KILL SHOT and TRANSFER OF POWER. Which is pretty cool. Additionally, I found TERM LIMITS –for a book published eighteen years ago– very politically relevant. The President of the United States has a budget […]

Book Review: CABINET OF CURIOSITIES, by Preston & Child

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child THE CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (Pendergast #3) Warner Books, 2002 466 Pages Thriller /¬†Supernatural Man, it was a long, long time ago when I first read RELIC, the 1st Pendergast book in the series. I remember loving it. The movie was so-so. I then read the second book, RELIQUARY, and same […]